Stair lifts ? all sorts
No stair lifts and 18 years of full time caring of my disabled sweetheart (she died Sept 2004) I can barely walk because of serious arm and back pain. Had I taken more time and good advise from folks around me I'd be in much better condition today for sure.
Years ago when all this started I couldn't afford the various devices that were available. I wish I could've had a stair lift and medical equipment support for transporting and lifting along with proper training. Shopping for these items and buying online now days is easy.
Medicare didn't and still in most cases doesn't help much financially and the H.M.O's don't seem too interested in helping either. I felt as though their mission was to get rid of me and not spend any money. Nevertheless, today you can purchase all sorts of products for the disabled including wheelchairs, electric, manual, curved, handicapped home lifting equipment.
Moving around the home has never been easier with stair glide lifts. You're even shown on website's how to measure a person, so ordering the right size is no mishap.
With great money back guarantee's you needn't be worried about refunds if you're not satisfied with your purchase. That's really a great feature putting us at ease especially where the money is a major issue to start with.
You'll also be able to call an 800# for free professional help - better than by going to the medical office for sure. These people make it their business helping the care providers, patients, professional medical providers get the proper lift for your needs.
Ramps, wheelchairs, beds, walkers, bath safety make up a range of marvelous support tools that are a serious absolute must not matter the expense.
Power mobility equipment can be a life saver for sure and a stair lift should be on top of everyone's list. As I age, the probable medicare and insurance supplement expense for me could've been minimized with a little better sensitivity to plight of the average caregiver.
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